Etymology[ edit ] Annapurna is derived from Sanskrit meaning the giver of food and nourishment. Renu — goddess of Atom. Legend[ edit ] Annapoorna serving food to Shiva One day, the god Shiva and his consort Parvati got into an argument about the material world. Shiva said that everything materialistic was just an illusion, including the food that the humans ate.

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She is a form of Parvati, the inseparable shakti of Lord Shiva. She is the Mother Goddess, the sustainer of all life. The Annapurna Stotram is an exquisite hymn in praise of the goddess. On this auspicious day, recite the words of the Annapurna Stotram with the intention that everyone in the world receive the nourishment Annapurna Devi bestows.

Recited by the music ensemble in Gurudev Siddha Peeth. All rights reserved. Please do not copy, record or distribute. My heart opened, and I could turn to face many challenges before me this evening.

I am aware that blessings have come to me through the presence of Gurumayi in my heart. I am so grateful for this gift. New York, United States I work in the food service industry. I see now that it is so much sweeter to repeat that line by singing it aloud. What a sweet chant this is! I have been noticing a shift in my appetite and digestion. My awareness around what, how, and when I eat has also increased. I am so very grateful to Gurumayi for creating the Siddha Yoga path website.

I am especially grateful for the Hymns and Aratis page, which I visit several times a day as I do my practices.

Thank you so much, Gurumayi, for changing my life! Practicing this hymn, and regularly contemplating its meaning, make my connection with my Self more expansive and more constant. I feel the nourishment and compassion of the divine energy within me. When I finish singing, I remember and perceive the bliss, quietness, and sufficiency of the divine light and sound. Thank you so much, Gurumayi, for giving me this powerful tool. Thank you for your generous and compassionate guidance and love.

Mexico City, Mexico This hymn has such power for me. When I read it for the first time, I could sense the presence of the goddess within me—I could see her seated in the lotus position, with a beautiful bright green shawl around her neck. After I finished reading the hymn, I felt the goddess convey to me that the reason for my recent difficulties lies in my ego, rather than my outer circumstances. Each time I read this hymn to the goddess Annapurna, I feel that a deep connection to my inner Self is taking place.

Thank you so much, Gurumayi, for this beautiful and very timely gift. Glastonbury, United Kingdom This morning as I prepared my breakfast, a feeling of deep gratitude arose in me for the ready availability of nourishing food. As I blessed my food as God nourishing the God within me, I also prayed for everyone in the world to have this basic need met. Later in the day, I heard a broadcast request for donations to feed people in need.

I was drawn to support them with a donation and also wanted to send my blessings. As I was going to bed this evening, I looked out of the window and saw the light of the full moon. I am so glad I did. I found this wonderful hymn, which supports me in sending my blessings. Yeovil, United Kingdom What a beautiful hymn. I read and reread it. It gives me so much peace, and fills me with a sense of humility.

So sweet, and yet so powerful.


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